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    Microsoft Lync 2013 Skype for Business

    2015 Configuration Checklists

    for BTIP and Business Talk SIP services

    26 april 2017

    Lync 2013 Checklist version 1.6

    Skype for Business 2015 Checklist version 1.10

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    Contents

    1 Lync 2013 Configuration Checklist ....................................................................................... 3

    2 Skype for Business 2015 Configuration Checklist .............................................................. 17

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    1 Lync 2013 Configuration Checklist

    Menu Value

    DNS requirements

    From the DNS interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DNS

    FQDNs of each server (DNS A record)

    From the DNS interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DNS

    FQDNs of both nominal and backup aSBC on each site (DNS A record)

    From the DNS interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DNS

    ucupdates-r2. (DNS A record) that maps the FQDN of each server hosting Device Update Service

    From the DNS interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DNS

    _sipinternaltls._tcp. (DNS SRV record/Port 5061) that maps the FQDN of each server offering automatic client sign-in service

    From the DNS interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DNS

    _ntp._udp. (DNS SRV record/Port 123) that maps the FQDN of the Domain Controller

    DHCP requirements

    From the customer interface of the router Following command has to be typed for each customer interface of the

    router:

    ip helper-address [email protected] of the DHCP Server

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Management

    Shell interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Management Shell

    Following command has to be typed:

    Set-CsRegistrarConfiguration EnableDHCPServer $True

    From the DHCP interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DHCP

    > select a scope > Scope Options

    DHCP Option 006 DNS Servers has to be activated

    From the DHCP interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DHCP

    > select a scope > Scope Options

    DHCPUtil.exe and DHCPConfigScript.bat files* have to be added

    on a network share that can be accessed from the DHCP server

    (*) DHCP Options 120 / 43 have to be configured (only if required by the

    type of endpoints deployed)

    From command prompt from the DHCP

    server:

    Start > Run > cmd

    Following command has to be typed*:

    \\\DHCPUtil.exe -SipServer SipServer -WebServer WebServer RunConfigScript

    (*) DHCP Options 120 / 43 have to be configured (only if required by the type of endpoints deployed)

    From the DHCP interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > DHCP

    > select a scope > Scope Options

    DHCP Option 042 NTP Servers has to be activated*

    (*) only if required by the type of endpoints deployed

    AD requirements

    From the AD interface:

    Start > Administrative Tools > Active

    Directory Users and Computers

    Each server role has to be joined to domain

    Mediation Server Configuration

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select a Central

    TCP listening port has to be set to 5060

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    Menu Value

    Site > Mediation pools > select a

    Mediation Server

    Enterprise Edition Standalone Mediation Servers - Configuration

    From the standalone Mediation Server:

    Start > Control Panel > Network and

    Internet > Network Connections >

    select the interface of the

    Mediation Server > Properties >

    Internet Protocol Version 4

    (TCP/IPv4)

    Default gateway has to be filled

    Preferred DNS server has to be filled

    From the standalone Mediation Server:

    Start > Control Panel > Network and

    Internet > Network Connections >

    select the interface of the

    Mediation Server > Properties >

    Internet Protocol Version 4

    (TCP/IPv4) > Advanced > DNS

    tab

    Register this connections addresses in DNS has to be checked

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select an

    Enterprise Edition Central Site >

    Mediation pools

    2 Mediation pools have to be created for 2 Standalone Mediation Servers:

    Multiple computer pool with the Standalone Mediation Server pool 1

    (=FQDN of the Mediation Server pool 1)

    Multiple computer pool with the Standalone Mediation Server pool 2

    (=FQDN of the Mediation Server pool 2)

    Enable TCP port has to be checked

    Listening port has to be set to 5060 for each standalone Mediation Server

    pool

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select an

    Enterprise Edition Central Site >

    Shared Components > PSTN

    gateways

    2 PSTN gateways have to be created

    1st: FQDN of Nominal aSBC (Mediation server pool 1)

    2nd: FQDN of Backup aSBC (Mediation server pool 1)

    Check that Use all configured IP addresses is selected for each Mediation

    Server:

    Enable IPv4 has to checked and Enable IPv6 has to be unchecked for each

    Mediation Server

    Next window contains the Trunk root information as followed

    Listening port for IP/PSTGN gateway has to be set to 5060

    SIP Transport Protocol has to be set to TCP

    Associated Mediation Server has to match the FQDN of Mediation Server

    pool 1

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select an

    Enterprise Edition Central Site >

    Shared Components > Trunks

    2 Additional Trunks have to be created

    1st: Associated PSTN gateway of Nominal aSBC (Mediation server

    pool 2)

    2nd: Associated PSTN gateway of Backup aSBC (Mediation server

    pool 2)

    Listening port for IP/PSTGN gateway has to be set to 5060

    SIP Transport Protocol has to be set to TCP

    Associated Mediation Server has to match the FQDN of Mediation Server

    pool 2

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    Menu Value

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Control Panel

    interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server Control

    Panel

    Voice Routing > Route

    4 Routes have to be created for 2 Standalone Mediation Servers*:

    from Standalone Mediation Server 1a to nominal aSBC (=FQDN of

    the nominal aSBC from the Mediation Server 1a)

    from Standalone Mediation Server 1b to backup aSBC (=FQDN of

    the backup aSBC from the Mediation Server 1b)

    from Standalone Mediation Server 2a to nominal aSBC (=FQDN of

    the nominal aSBC from the Mediation Server 2a)

    from Standalone Mediation Server 2b to backup aSBC (=FQDN of

    the backup aSBC from the Mediation Server 2b)

    A gateway (=FQDN of the nominal aSBC from the Mediation Server 1a) has to be associated to First Route

    A gateway (=FQDN of the backup aSBC from the Mediation Server 1b) has

    to be associated to Second Route

    A gateway (=FQDN of the nominal aSBC from the Mediation Server 2a) has to be associated to Third Route

    A gateway (=FQDN of the backup aSBC from the Mediation Server 2b) has

    to be associated to Fourth Route

    A PSTN Usage has to be associated to each Route

    (*) Routes for a site Headquarter includes its Remote Sites without MGW

    Enterprise Edition Standalone Mediation Servers Specific configuration for Remote Site deployment

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select a Branch

    Sites > Lync Server 2013 >

    Shared Components > PSTN

    gateways

    2 PSTN gateways have to be created for the Standalone Mediation Server:

    to nominal aSBC (=FQDN of the nominal aSBC)

    to backup aSBC (=FQDN of the backup aSBC)

    Check that 2 Trunks were created while creating PSTN gateways

    Listening port has to be set to 5060 for each PSTN gateways

    SIP transport protocol has to be set to TCP for each PSTN gateways

    From the Microsoft Lync Server Topology

    Builder interface:

    Start > All Programs > Microsoft Lync

    Server 2013 > Lync Server

    Topology Builder

    Lync Server 2013 > select a Branch

    Sites > Mediation pools

    A Mediation pools has to be configured for the Standalone Mediation Server:

    One single computer pool (=FQDN of the Mediation Server)

    2 PSTN Gateways have to be associated to the Standalone Mediation

    Server:

    FQDN of the nominal aSBC

    FQDN of the backup aSBC

    Use all configured IPv4 IP addresses has to be checked:

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